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Many investors are looking to step into the property sector as it continues to take off, and two small-cap funds might be the most prospective of all the real estate investment trust (REIT) ETFs currently available, according to an article on Zacks.
Indeed, while all REIT ETFs have jumped higher in 2012, small-cap ETFs have outperformed the larger ETFs in the REIT space, according to the Zacks article.
In June, IndexIQ launched a small-cap ETF focused on REITs, providing investors with what the company called an opportunity to earn higher dividends than on REIT ETFs focused on bigger firms.